Securing your Data Centers with Biometrics

Securing your Data Centers with Biometrics

By Invixium Marketing on April 30, 2019

With the world advancing to the digital age over the last decade, the consumption of data is increasing at an exponential rate. Data centers, which house a large group of networked computer systems and peripherals such as telecommunications and storage systems by various organizations for remote storage, have become hotbeds of sensitive and critical information for companies globally.

CEO Interview by FindBiometrics

CEO Interview by FindBiometrics

By Peter O'Neill courtesy of FindBiometrics on April 9, 2019

FindBiometrics President Peter O’Neill recently interviewed Shiraz Kapadia, CEO & President of Invixium. The conversation covers an overview of the company’s highlights from the past year, the company’s triumphant return to ISC West in Las Vegas (booth #22109), along with the executive’s views on the industry’s latest trends and specific market verticals that are ripe for adopting biometrics.

IXM TITAN at a Live Construction Site: The Story Behind the Video

IXM TITAN at a Live Construction Site: The Story Behind the Video

By Invixium Marketing on March 12, 2019

If you have already seen the industry defining video of IXM TITAN operating in the harshest of conditions at a construction site, then you might be interested in reading this blog to see how the video came to be. For those belonging to the time tracking and access control industries who have yet to see this video (Seriously? Have you been living under a rock), we urge you to click play before continuing.

Biometric Access Control in Schools, Colleges and Universities

Biometric Access Control in Schools, Colleges and Universities

By Invixium Marketing on February 15, 2019

The use of biometric access control continues to gain popularity around the world for organizations, enterprises and small businesses alike, as they progressively understand the advantages it offers in the form of accurate time tracking, higher security and/or improved convenience. Colleges and universities in particular have started to deploy this technology for varied applications as well as specific challenges, such as the diversity and size of the user population, the need for very rugged equipment, and for flexibility in different use cases.